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Hi, The bulbs that you take out should be the same that you put in. (volts and color) If blinker is going faster in one derection this is an indecation tha the bulb is no good any more. Replace it with same type. Good luck.
the light staying on solid green indicates a bulb blown at either the front or rear, this could also be a bad ground connection but usually is a bulb issue. If you replace the bulb, be sure to use bulb grease to seal our moisture.
As far as the signal arm returning to neutral and cancelling the signal, that is controlled by a part within the steering wheel itself, and could just be worn. It's a Plastic/Nylon piece that pushes the signal arm manually when you turn the steering wheel sufficiently. That would be a dealer part, or something purchased from a salvage vehicle.
If the left turn is flashing fast then this is a sign that either the front or rear indicator bulb has blown and will need replacing once you have done this then you should find it will work properly if not post me a message back then i can assist you further ok
Usually when the turnsignal blinks rapid this is a indicator that the turn signal bulbs is blown, you will need to check both the front and rear signal to see which is not working, and then change the blown bulb or bulbs.
RIGHT BLINKER dead ,front,back, or both..???? If front works, and rear doesn"t (REPLACE REAR BULB).....and vice a versa....If rear and front both don't work replace the FLASHER ..Flasher is located in the FUSE block area.......Listen to the operation of the LEFT or RIGHT flasher operation and you should notice a dirrerence....